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He began building a house there in , now the main block of the existing building, and finished it the following year. The house is architecturally noteworthy for several reasons. First, its full-length front porch under the overhanging roof is similar to that on the Elijah Miller House , also listed on the National Register , in nearby North White Plains , built a few years later. Second, Hammond built the house without a basement  and with its structural beams dovetailing with each other, so that the house could easily be dismantled, moved and reassembled in another location if he lost his lease it has been described as an early version of a mobile home.
Hammond would never need to move. He became a fixture of the community, serving as captain of the local militia from on. Upon William's death in , his eldest son, James, inherited the house and leasehold.
James Hammond followed his father into the local militia, serving as its captain as well when it fought on the Patriot side during the Revolutionary War shortly after he was promoted to lieutenant colonel.
In August , he was promoted to full colonel shortly before leading his troops into the Battle of White Plains. Some recently discovered evidence supports a long-retold legend that, minutes after George Washington left a brief meeting with Hammond at the house in , it was surrounded by opposing Loyalists.
Seeking to capture Washington, they instead settled for Hammond, and he was held prisoner on a ship on the Hudson River for a year and a half, then released at the end of the war. With the end of the war and the beginning of American independence came the end of the manor system. James Hammond died in His family inherited the house; it stayed in their ownership for several generations over the course of the 19th century.
Several of his descendants distinguished themselves in the military as well. Twice during their ownership, the house was expanded. In a small detached cottage on the property was moved and attached to the house, becoming the west wing. A quarter-century later, in , the east wing was built.
The Hammonds eventually departed, and the house was left unoccupied. To better protect the city's water supply , the bureau planned to demolish the neglected and deteriorated structure. As part of the transaction, the city retained the right to demolish the structure and the society retained the right to move it, as well as use the acre around the house for its purposes.
The society restored the house and reopened it three years later, operating it as a historic house museum , with a "hodge-podge" of displays that inaccurately represented early 19th century farm life as being authentic to the period of the house's construction. During the next half-century, the house would become known around the county for its museum use. The society did some minor repairs, replacing some floorboards and replastering some walls.
After the s, however, it limited its work to routine maintenance, neglecting the building's structural system. The house's listing coincided with a change in the society's mission from historic preservation to historical research, to the detriment of the house and its contents. Potentially valuable artifacts and records languished in unorganized, insufficiently protected conditions within the house. By the early s it was obvious that some more work needed to be done.
With a grant from the Norcross Wildlife Foundation , the society commissioned a historic structure report. Since they could not justify that level of spending without assurances that the city would not invoke its right to tear down the house, the society's board tried to persuade the city to donate the underlying acre or sell it to the society at a token price. Those discussions were unsuccessful, and in the board turned to another Westchester-based historic preservation organization, Historic Hudson Valley HHV , which operates and maintains several historic homes, including some National Historic Landmarks , as far north as Annandale-on-Hudson in Dutchess County.
The board hoped that HHV would help them with moving the house, the city's preferred option, to the main Philipsburg Manor house in Sleepy Hollow , a site managed by that organization.
HHV was interested, but only found the main block worth preserving, as it was the original house. The society's board was unwilling to sacrifice the wings. So, in , it went public with its predicament and put the house up for sale.
Eastview (or East View) is a business district and former hamlet in Mount Pleasant, New York. It was primarily residential, and had a post office, railroad station, and school. In the late s, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. purchased most of the hamlet's property and razed the buildings. Sep 21 at AM Eastview Mall More than 75 Apple employees (and a lot of excited customers) opened the new Apple store at Eastview this morning. Oct 08 at AM EastviewMall Today is the FINAL day to view Gene London's History of Fashion and Hollywood Collections. Get directions, maps, and traffic for Eastview, NY. Check flight prices and hotel availability for your visit.